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Lab Topic 1

Anatomy 2325

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includes head, neck, and trunk Axial
includes limbs or apendages appendicular
forearm (the portion of the upper limb between the elbow and the wrist antebrachial
region anterior to the elbow; also known as cubital region antecubital
armpit axillary
arm, (the portion of the upper limb between the shoulder and the elbow) brachial
cheek buccal
wrist carpal
neck cervical
hip coxal
leg (the portion of the lower limb between the knee and the ankle) crural
fingers or toes (also called phalangeal) digital
thigh femoral
forehead frontal
great toe hallux
groin (sometimes used to indicate the crease in the junction of the thigh with the trunk) inguinal
breast mammary
chin mental
nose nasal
mouth oral
eye orbital
palm of hand palmar
kneecap patellar
relating to the foot pedal
pelvis pelvic
diamond-shaped region between the thighs that contains the anus and selected external reproductive organs fibular (peroneal)
thumb pollex
anterior region of the pelvis pubic
anterior middle region of the thorax sternal
root of the foot tarsal
chest of the thorax thoracic
navel umbilical
heel of foot calcaneal
head cephalic
back dorsum
buttock gluteal
relating to the loins, or the part of the back and sides between the ribs and pelvis lumbar
hand manus
posterior aspect of the head occipital
posterior to the elbow olecranal
diamond-shaped region between the thighs that contains the anus and selected external reproductive organs perineal
sole of the foot plantar
area posterior to the knee popliteal
posterior region between the hip bones sacral
shoulder blade scapular
calf (posterior part of the leg) sural
spinal column vertebral
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